Rachel and Leah: Sisters and Jewish Matriarchs. What is the mystery of the spiritual qualities represented by these two sisters? What was the secret cosmic schism that would span centuries of history?

Rachel and Leah: Sisters and Jewish Matriarchs. What is the mystery of the spiritual qualities represented by these two sisters? What was the secret cosmic schism that would span centuries of history?

The Torah tells us not to pay attention to astrological influences, but it also tells us that Adar is a month full of “mazal” (good fortune). How do we reconcile these concepts?

The Torah tells us not to pay attention to astrological influences, but it also tells us that Adar is a month full of “mazal” (good fortune). How do we reconcile these concepts?

A Royal Encounter Not to Be Missed! - All about the month of Elul - Torah Classes

A Royal Encounter Not to Be Missed! - All about the month of Elul - Torah Classes

A water-droplet catches a ray of light, unleashing the spectrum of colors it contains and displaying them in an arc across the sky. But for the first 1,656 years of history, this natural occurrence did not occur

A water-droplet catches a ray of light, unleashing the spectrum of colors it contains and displaying them in an arc across the sky. But for the first 1,656 years of history, this natural occurrence did not occur

Along with the sincere compassion for another person’s pain comes the sense of gratitude for not having that particular struggle in my life.

Along with the sincere compassion for another person’s pain comes the sense of gratitude for not having that particular struggle in my life.

When the two neighbors would pass each other in the yard, the scholar would throw the crass materialist a look of contempt and hurry on to his holy pursuits.

When the two neighbors would pass each other in the yard, the scholar would throw the crass materialist a look of contempt and hurry on to his holy pursuits.

Parshah Tetzaveh. Exodus 27:20-30:10. Torah Reading for Week of Feb 2-8, 2014 - Adar I 2-8, 5774. Two brothers, four sons, eight priestly garments, twelve gems, one golden altar, and a quantity of oil and incense... Also: who was Aaron, what are clothes, a discussion on noise, princesses on horseback, a nameless Moses and the anatomy of a flame

Parshah Tetzaveh. Exodus 27:20-30:10. Torah Reading for Week of Feb 2-8, 2014 - Adar I 2-8, 5774. Two brothers, four sons, eight priestly garments, twelve gems, one golden altar, and a quantity of oil and incense... Also: who was Aaron, what are clothes, a discussion on noise, princesses on horseback, a nameless Moses and the anatomy of a flame

Rabbi Gordon shares five inspirational lessons we derive from the Torah portion of Bereishit.

Rabbi Gordon shares five inspirational lessons we derive from the Torah portion of Bereishit.

The Rusty Penny       It seems that this stingy man, despite his considerable wealth, was loath to share his blessings, no matter how worthy or urgent the cause. Rabbis and beggars alike avoided his home.

The Rusty Penny It seems that this stingy man, despite his considerable wealth, was loath to share his blessings, no matter how worthy or urgent the cause. Rabbis and beggars alike avoided his home.

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